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Presents research on the contributions of consultants to organizational change. Respondents to a multi-company survey were asked to describe specific change projects. A total of 107 respondents said that consultants had supported the change effort. These respondents were asked: "What value did...
This case study research involved 31 successful small manufacturing companies in the southeastern USA for the purpose of identifying, among other things, their perceptions of high performance and other human resource related characteristics in their organizations. Analysis of the transcripts and...
The present study among 242 professionals working in a lung clinic and nursing home was designed to test a model that links supervisory behavior (i.e. leader member exchange (LMX) behavior and conflict management behavior) and reciprocity in the supervisor/subordinate relationship to objectively...
Investigates whether emotional intelligence measured by the Swinburne University Emotional Intelligence Test predicted transformational, transactional and laissez‐faire leadership styles measured by the multifactor leadership questionnaire in 110 senior level managers. Effective leaders were...
Organizations struggling to compete can do nothing while revenues and profits decline, putting their very survival at risk. Or they can recreate themselves by altering their situation, strategy, structure, or decision-making style. The second choice, organizational renewal, is the focus of this...
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